New Monsoon Live at The Crown Room, Crystal Bay Club on 2017-08-26
- New Monsoon, Bo Carper, Phil Ferlino, Jeff Miller, Marshall Harrell, Marty Ylitalo, The Crown Room, Crystal Bay Club, Crystal Bay NV, Charles Mallet, Mallett Sound, John Riley, Devildogs Production, Gamble DCX 40, Jim Gamble, AKG C414, Zoom Handy H6, RasBobre Recordings
- New Monsoon
Hogs For The Cause, Night #2
The Crown Room
Crystal Bay Club
Crystal Bay, NV
Recorded By: RasBobre
Mic Location: Rafter Mounted 12 Feet Off Stage/12 Feet High, Center >
SBD Gamble DCX 40 > AKG C414 XL II > Zoom Handy H6 > Audacity
FOH: Chales Mallett / Mallett Sound
Monitors: John Riley
**24bit, not intended for CD Burning**
* A Devildogs Production Show *
For upcoming shows at the Crystal Bay Club please visit Devildog Productions website, http://devildogshows.com/
About the event;
The New Orleans-based nonprofit Hogs for the Cause started in 2009 to
throw a benefit barbecue for a boy named Ben Sarrat who had been
diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer. After 200 people turned out for
the worthy cause, the organizers realized that they were on to
something. Now, the organization is one of the largest nonprofit
barbecue outfits across the country. Hogs for the Cause holds its
primary event each year in early April at City Park festival grounds in
New Orleans, along with other events year-round.
The Crystal Bay Casino has a long-running connection with New Orleans
– NOLA – featuring musical artists such as Dr. John, Galactic,
Dumpstaphunk, Anders Osborne, the Neville Brothers and, just announced
this week, Dragon Smoke. In 2014, General Manager Bill Wood met members
of one of the teams that compete in the annual event and in July 2016 he
organized in the inaugural CBC Hogs Tor The Cause event.
(snippet from; https://www.tahoeonstage.com/uncategorized/hogs-for-the-cause-2017/)
About New Monsoon;
San Francisco rock quintet New Monsoon is the collaborative vehicle for the vocal and instrumental prowess of founding members Bo Carper (acoustic guitar and banjo), Jeff Miller (electric guitar) and Phil Ferlino (keys). Now well into its second decade of national touring, the band also features the muscular rhythm section of Marshall Harrell (electric bass) and Michael Pinkham (drums).
Released in 2014, Diamonds and Clay, the 5th studio album from New Monsoon, features 10 original tracks that capture the innovative songwriting, soulful instrumental interplay, lush harmony vocals and soaring energy that have become New Monsoon’s trademark.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign in the summer of 2013, recording for Diamonds and Clay began at Bob Weir’s TRI Studios in San Rafael, CA. This state-of-the-art environment enabled the band to play the songs together, giving the record a live feel. With the foundation for each song in place, they went on to Charlie Wilson’s Sonic Zen Records in Berkeley, CA to record additional tracks including lead and harmony vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, banjo, and various keyboard parts. The end result is a deeply textured sonic experience marrying the band’s raw energy with the sensitivity and craft that is afforded in the recording studio environment.
New Monsoon has shared the stage with heavyweight guests Mike Stern, the late, great Martin Fierro (Zero, Legion of Mary), Steve Kimock, and Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), to name a few. They’ve toured with String Cheese Incident, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Umphrey’s McGee (Big Summer Classic Tour), supported Moe, The Wailers, etc. and are a featured headliner in venues such as the Fillmore (SF), Gothic Theater (Denver), and the Warehouse (Houston). They are also a perennial favorite of the festival circuit including marquee festivals like Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Langerado, High Sierra, Telluride Bluegrass, Austin City Limits and many others.
The band’s quality associations continue with their recorded output. 2007’s V was produced by Grateful Dead engineer John Cutler, and 2005’s The Sound was helmed by original Santana percussionist Michael Shrieve and Paul Kimble (Grant Lee Buffalo, Luna).
Miller and Ferlino have also formed a supergroup collective, The Contribution, along with Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth) Keith Moseley (String Cheese Incident) Matt Butler (Everyone Orchestra) and Sheryl Renee (Black Swan Singers). SCI Fidelity Records released Which Way World, The Contribution’s inaugural album, in 2010. Miller released his first solo album, Ancient Wisdom, in 2011. Carper performs as a solo act and as half of the duo, Bo & Lebo, with Dan Lebowitz of ALO.
New Monsoon is;
Bo Carper: acoustic guitar, banjo, lap steel, vocals
Phil Ferlino: keyboards, accordion, vocals
Jeff Miller: electric guitar, mandolin, vocals
Marshall Harrell: electric bass
Marty Ylitalo: drums
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